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Small World Project

Small World Project

Origin: Quebec, Canada

Since founding Small World Project in 2008, Sébastien Dufour, charango and ukulele (also a member of MG3), Patrick Graham, percussion (who plays with La Nef as well), and Frédéric Samson, double bass (formerly of Vent du Nord), have been making maximum impact with miniature instruments (the exception being the bass). In their first year, they released a debut album, Small Is Beautiful (2008), and snapped up the Galaxie-CBC Rising Stars Award at Musique Multi-Montréal. They followed up these exploits with their CD Less Is More (2010), which includes tributes to musical giants Jimi Hendrix and Bob Marley. SWP has played both the Festival International de Jazz de Montréal and the New York Ukelele Festival, and in the winter of 2011 toured France and Italy.


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